Monday, March 1, 2010

Apple Something


Today's McLinky Blog Hop is "Recipes," which is pretty fun. Click on the links below to see many different blogs and recipes. You can enter your blog site as well, add a recipe for others to see and meet new people - it's fun! Don't forget to comment on those blogs you find interesting or recipes you plan to try.
Happy Eating!!
This is a recipe I had saved on my computer, so must have been good :) I chose it because of it's ingredients - only 4! I'm all for easy and quick and of course the better it is, the less will be left for me to eat.
I do not have a picture of an "Apple Something" or of an Apple,  although I did find some pretty nice ones online, but due to copyright issues I thought I'd just skip it.
Maybe I'll go take a picture of an apple later, but until then, you can join in the blog hop and add your recipe by clicking here at McLinky Recipes
Apple Something

1 Lg can & 1 Sm Can Hungry Jack Flaky Biscuits
1 16oz Apple Pie Filling
½ C Brown Sugar
½ Stick Butter
Cut biscuits with kitchen shears into 4’s. Place in bottom of 8”x15” baking dish. In skillet melt butter & brown sugar and pour over biscuits to coat. Top with the can of apple pie filling and bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes until golden brown.
In mixing bowl combine:
½ Stick Butter (room temperature)
8 oz Cream Cheese (room temperature)
Cream together.
2 C Powdered Sugar sifted
Add the powdered sugar to the creamed butter/cream cheese to form a thick icing. Spread over the top of the warm biscuit mixture and serve.

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4 comments:

patty said...

very cool, kim! you're spreading your blog-wings! and that recipe looks wonderful... gonna try it as soon as we're home! :)

MB said...

This looks a recipe I should definitely try. By the way, I love your posts. I'm gonna follow you. I have another blog where I discuss more Christianity stuff - http://www.crossdrivenhome.com. The one you left a comment on is more for fun. Anyway, thanks for visiting. I'm going to come back often!

kim said...

2 comments, I'm so inspired!!!!!!!

Just an ordinary woman said...

Hi Kim,

Thanks so much for your comment on my recipe :). It is a firm favourite in South Africa and definitely falls under the banner of comfort food.

As to the chutney, I am not sure how to answer - chutney is used so widely here that we buy it in large bottles... but you said, "something easy" which leads me to believe that you would need to make it?

I would use a purely fruit based chutney so that that flavour compliments the bobotie and does not overpower it.

If you need a quick and easy recipe for chutney please come and let me know on my blog and I will source one for you!

Happy blogging!

Kerren